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Synonyms for one shot

a charge of ammunition for a single shot

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I guess if I had been tied playing the last, I would have backed myself with my length, but giving myself that one-shot cushion made a huge difference and I was able to just hang on.
FINAL ROUND: Jamie Donaldson was one-shot behind the Open leader
The One-Shot Corporation is described as "a successful international intellectual property solutions provider for dispensing soft serve frozen desserts.
Golf: England's Paul Casey shot a second-round 75 to virtually end any hopes of making the cut at the Johnnie Walker Classic in Phuket as South Africa's Anton Haig opened up a one-shot advantage at the top of the leaderboard.
THE recent Anuga Food Exhibition held in Germany, saw the launch of the revolutionary new Revolver 'blend-in-cup' system from The One-Shot Corporation.
The new Traceable One-Shot conductivity standards are single-use standards used to calibrate all conductivity meters and probes for maximum accuracy.
Unilever UK Foods is looking to piggyback on the huge success of healthier drinks such as smoothies and single-serve probiotic products with the launch of a one-shot fruit and vegetable drink.
His 6-under-par 66, good for a one-shot margin over Cameron Tringale of Mission Viejo, included eight birdies - one on a sand save from a bunker - a near hole-in-one and 16 greens in regulation, running his numbers in that statistical category to 50 of 54 in postseason play.
SOUTH Africa's Andrew McLardy held a one-shot lead at the midway point of the delayed, weather-affected third round of the Madeira Island Open.
Particularly strong: audioconferences, site licenses, book and one-shot sales.
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The product-development company says its EXO system, a variant of two-shot overmolding, is more efficient and cost-effective than conventional one-shot insert molding for mating fabrics to enclosures molded of polycarbonate, ABS, and PC/ABS.
England's Carl Mason upstaged both Jack Nicklaus and Tom Watson when he carded a six-under-par 64 to claim a one-shot lead at the end of the second round of the Senior British Open at Turnberry.
Teaching librarians have long struggled with the limitations of the one-shot, fifty-minute class.
Australia's Noel Ratcliffe moved a step closer to winning his first European Seniors Tour title of the season when he carded a six under par 66 to move into a one-shot lead after the second round of the Tunisian Open at El Kantaoui.